Low intrinsic Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) in diffusion-weighted (DW) images are recurrent issues especially at high b-values. Here, we apply the deep neural network image reconstruction technique, AUTOMAP (Automated Transform by Manifold Approximation) to in-vivo diffusion-weighted MR data acquired at 1.5 T with varying b-values. In addition, apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) maps were assessed. We also compared the reconstruction of the images using two different training corpura. The results for AUTOMAP reconstruction showed a significant increase in SNR.